I interpreted an interview in Madrid for “The Fake Paralympians” a BBC podcast produced by Simon Maybin and presented by Paralympian swimmer Dan Pepper . The interview is from around 12:00 to 17:25 in episode 5, Court.
Streaming link here.
Truth, justice, reparation.
If you walk through the Puerta del Sol, you might be forgiven for avoiding the crowd gathered here. At first, I found their story hard to believe. They say that hospital and adoption officials colluded to steal babies and traffic them throughout Spain for decades.
This 28-minute radio documentary, produced by Overtone Productions, and which I reported and presented, first aired on BBC Radio 4 on March 25th, 2019: [streaming link].
People are just now, in 2018, recovering the remains of family members lost after the Spanish Civil War, almost eighty years ago…
See also my related 2016 feature for SAPIENS: [html].
Rob Fredrick at American Scientist interviewed me for a podcast he made on one of the talks at the European Conference for Science Journalists in Copenhagen. I told him about my 2009 Nature story “Fake Facebook pages spin web of deceit” and we discussed the talk.
See also my story on the Copenhagen talk for IEEE Spectrum: https://lucaslaursen.com/how-bots-win-friends-and-influence-people.
Fredrick’s story and podcast here: https://www.americanscientist.org/blog/from-the-staff/computational-propaganda